Jorge Lorenzo opens his museum – his homage to the greats of motorsport.
If you’re a lover of motorsport history and nostalgia, then a trip to the brand new museum opened by MotoGP superstar Jorge Lorenzo could be just the ticket for you.
It’s in Andorra and is called: ‘World Champions by 99’. Essentially it’s Lorenzo’s personal tribute to great champions of both MotoGP and Formula 1.
Lorenzo has spent more than four years putting together an impressive collection of material, and the museum showcases the very best of the MotoGP World Champion’s collection.
On display are items worn by Barry Sheene, Wayne Rainey, Kevin Schwantz, Valentino Rossi and Marc Marquez. From Formula 1, there’s an extensive collection of material – including items from legends Ayrton Senna and Michael Schumacher.
For Lorenzo fans in particular, there is a section celebrating his achievements, and fans can get close to the motorbike with which he won the 2015 MotoGP World Championship with Movistar Yamaha.
The museum also features a sports bar and to get in costs 10 Euros.